Bryan L. Jepson


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Bryan Jepson counsels individuals, families and businesses with tax and estate planning needs. He assists clients with drafting a variety of estate planning documents, such as the creation of revocable and irrevocable trusts, wills, powers of attorney, and other related materials. In addition, Bryan represents family members, executors, trustees and companies serving in fiduciary roles related to the administration of estates and trusts. He works with individuals and their families to establish personalized charitable giving plans, life insurance options, and transfers of wealth related to estate planning matters.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Bryan served as an assistant tax director and tax counsel for a privately-held multi-national conglomerate. In this role he directed the tax planning capability for a large operating division, including the coordination of foreign tax positions and the modeling to analyze and establish a worldwide tax strategy. Prior to his work with the operating division, he was a tax attorney at the holding company level where he managed the U.S. federal, state, and local country tax planning analysis, legal execution, and cross-functional implementation of multi-billion dollar business group acquisitions and realignments. For five years, Bryan was a tax attorney with Sprouse Shrader Smith P.C. in Amarillo, Texas. During law school, Bryan served as a judicial intern to U.S. District Judge Robert Junell of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas.


State Bar of Texas — Tax Section, Tax Leadership Academy (2014-2015)

Amarillo (Texas) Symphony, Inc. — Board of Directors (2013-2015)

Amarillo (Texas) Opera — Board of Trustees and Treasurer (2013-2015)